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Poster: Jack o' Roses Date: Apr 19, 2011 6:38pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: the fastest touch of grey

Though it doesn't exactly fit the bill, the 10.9.83 performance opening the second set is the most unusual that I've ever heard (with 4.14.84 coming in a reasonable 2nd): The tempo is clockin' in at fAST & it's the(?) *gasoline* version. this is a fast-tempo'd set 2 with the eyes>Man Smart transition like butter & an excellent Space> penultimate NFA. Hunt's review at http://www.archive.org/details/gd1983-10-09.111240.Sennheiser421daweez.d5scott.flac16
"This presentation exhibits a possible re-definition of another incredible and credible ho-hum spectacular oh so holy and silent nights. The perception of lying adrift with...
Common place miracles.
Amazing yet pedestrian versions of the most choicest of setlists."
Bobby dedicated 'Baby Blue' to the Dodgers, & St. Stevie was Soundchecked....
Pardon the flourish ;)